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Knot Again
1999 | 42' Grand Banks 42 Europa Trawler for Sale

1999 Grand Banks

42' (12.80m) 42 Europa - Knot Again

Experience the best of both worlds with this immaculate 1999 Grand Banks 42 Europa named "Knot Again!"


Vessel ID# 2807359      Last Updated: 2024-04-04 20:56:50

$ 430,000 USD

€ 403,943 Euros
$ 591,841 CAD

Description

Experience the best of both worlds with this immaculate 1999 Grand Banks 42 Europa named "Knot Again!" where classic design seamlessly melds with contemporary luxury. This yacht stands as a testament to exceptional craftsmanship and meticulous care.


Knot Again Highlights:

  • Caterpillar 3208 engines / 375 HP / 2,450 hours
  • All bright work refinished (7/2023)
  • Dripless shaft seals replaced / both engines (8/2023)
  • All zincs replaced (10/2023)
  • Installed new 65 lb Mantus Anchor (10/2023)
  • New bottom paint (10/2023)
  • Hydraulic Platform anti-fouling paint applied (10/2023)
  • New through-hull drain covers (10/2023)
  • Rebuilt hydraulic dinghy platforms, all new hoses, and hydraulic rams (10/2023)


Trawler Key Features:

  • Versatile Exploration: Limitless exploration of the Bahamas, Caribbean, or the American Great Loop.
  • Bright, Spacious Interior: Abundant natural light, wide cabin space design, and plush furnishings for stylish relaxation or guest hosting.
  • Chef's Haven Galley: Well-equipped galley with live-aboard size appliances, ample countertop space, and storage.
  • Two Staterooms, Two Heads with Walk-in Shower: The elegantly appointed master stateroom with Jack and Jill en-suite and walk-in shower shared with the twin-bed VIP stateroom located just across the hall.
  • Cruising Comfort: Semi-displacement hull for a smooth, stable ride; upper deck with comfortable seating and helm station for enjoying views and sea breeze.
  • Efficient Power: Twin Caterpillar 3208 diesel engines with low hours for reliable and fuel-efficient long-range cruising.
  • Modern Electronics Suite: GPS chartplotter, radar, autopilot, and VHF radio for safe and confident navigation.
  • Impeccable Maintenance: Owner's commitment to regular service and care ensures the vessel is in impeccable condition, ready for new adventures.


This 1999 Grand Banks 42 Europa is a rare find in such pristine condition and won't be available for long. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of maritime history that seamlessly blends classic elegance with modern comfort. Contact us today to schedule a viewing and start your journey toward new maritime adventures.


Serious inquiries are welcomed. Easy to Access for Showings in Daytona Beach, Florida.


Curtis Stokes & Associates is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Denison Yachting. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

Data Sheet

LOA: 42' " (12.80 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 1999

Beam: 14' 1"

Bridge Clearance: ' "

Draft Max: 4' 2"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 2

Single Berths: 2

Double Berths: 1

Heads: 2

Maximum Speed: 19 Knots

Cruise Speed: 9.3 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 600 Gallons (2271.25 Liters)

Fresh Water: 275 Gallons (1040.99 Liters)

Holding Tank: 40 Gallons (151.42 Liters)

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Manufacturer Provided Description

Decades in the making, the 1999 Grand Banks 42 Europa epitomizes the culmination of Ken Smith's original design, continuously refined with practical insights from owners. Drawing from the extensive experience since the debut in 1966, this vessel stands as a testament to its sturdy fiberglass construction, deep-water design, and long-range capabilities. The semidisplacement hull, renowned globally, features a fine entry forward, hard chines aft, and a full keel. Versatile power options, be it single or twin diesel, ensure both economical cruising at hull speed and higher speeds with optional engines.

The exterior boasts smooth gelcoated fiberglass, teak decking on the main deck and flybridge, and sturdy teak-capped bulwarks for secure movement. Available in three distinct layouts—Classic, Europa, and Motoryacht—each tailored to different preferences, the Grand Banks 42 Europa is an icon of timeless cruising, offering a harmonious blend of comfort and performance.

Highlights and Upgrades

Recent Upgrades and Servicing:

  • All bright work refinished (7/2023)
  • Dripless shaft seals replaced / both engines (8/2023)
  • All zincs replaced (10/2023)
  • Installed new 65 lb Mantus Anchor (10/2023)
  • New bottom paint (10/2023)
  • Hydraulic Platform anti-fouling paint applied (10/2023)
  • New through hull drain covers (10/2023)
  • Complete rebuild of hydraulic dinghy platform' all new hoses and hydraulic rams (10/2023)

 

1999 Grand Banks 42 Europa: Knot Again, Highlights:

  • Dominating with Caterpillar 3208 engines, delivering 375HP and 2,450 hours of powerful performance.
  • Generating 8KW from the Northern Lights Generator in a sophisticated Sound Box for 1,600 hours of reliability.
  • Mastering the seas with Naiad Stabilization for a smooth, controlled voyage.
  • Achieving precision with seamless coordination of Bow and Stern Thrusters.
  • Elevating entertainment with Intellian Satellite TV.
  • Navigating the night with Raymarine/FLIR Night Vision for clarity in low-light conditions.
  • Plotting the course confidently with the advanced Furuno Chart Plotter/Radar Array.
  • Indulging in cool refreshments with the U-Line Ice Maker. (INOR)
  • Streamlining laundry day with the onboard Whirlpool Dryer.
  • Perfect synchronization with the Glendinning Engine Synchronizer.
  • Ensuring communication and safety with Vesper/Cortex AIS/VHF.
  • Unwinding in style with two staterooms and two VacuFlush Heads.
  • Experiencing relaxation in the Master V-Berth with custom Temper-Pedic Mattresses & Linens.
  • Illuminating your journey with energy-efficient LED Lighting.


Main Deck / Salon

Knot Again has a furniture-grade varnished teak interior with a varnished teak and holly sole. The teak valances show the quality of the fit and finish on which Grand Banks has built its reputation.

The cockpit is a wide-open space offers a great deal of versatility, as there is no molded furniture on this deck. The area also features:

  • Overhead dome lighting
  • Storage below companionway steps
  • Stainless steel railings above the bulwark
  • Transom door to swim deck
  • Pressurize hot/cold freshwater shower
  • Wired remote control for tender hydraulic lift system
  • Shore power inlet
  • (2) Oversize stainless steel cleats port and starboard aft of the covered forward bridge station is outdoor seating

Moving forward under the covered, wide weather decks, you notice:

  • Stainless steel hand rail port and starboard inboard on bulkhead;
  • Stainless steel guard rails outboard port and starboard
  • (2) Oversize cleats port and starboard
  • Stainless steel deck in fills port and starboard
  • Outward opening door to pilot house starboard

The foredeck is well protected inside the stainless-steel railings and pulpit and offers good work space and additional seating.

Foredeck Features:

  • Oversize cleats port and starboard
  • Shore power inlet
  • Raw water wash-down spigot
  • Lofrans Tigres dual action windlass
  • Bow sprit with double anchor rollers
  • Mantus GS/6 with 250' Chain
  • Plow anchor 22 Kg 48 Lbs. with 200' nylon double braid

Enter the salon through the double sliding teak doors (with 6'4" of standing height) into a spacious main salon. The salon has an L-shaped settee with a dining table to port. The dining table is a double-drop leaf style with hide-away cup holders. To port are (2) upholstered barrel chairs for seating up to 6, and the credenza with the TV.

 Salon Features Include:

  • Overhead lighting
  • Two wall-mounted cabin lights
  • Sliding windows outboard with curtains
  • Fixed window aft with curtains
  • Plisse full-width salon screen (https://www.plissescreen.com)
  • HVAC with wireless control head
  • HVAC vent
  • 110- Volt outlets (5)
  • Credenza with Samsung 32” LED TV, 110-volt outlets and 12-volt DC service inside with Intellian satellite system and Dish receiver
  • Sony 6 Speaker Audio System


Main Helm

To starboard, this inside helm station affords open space and nearly 360-degree sight lines to the surrounding waters, as well as a starboard opening door to the side deck and a dedicated captain’s seat. To port is a navigation chart area.

Features Included:

  • Raymarine Dragon Fly-7 Depth and Chart Plotter
  • Suite of electronics (see electronics)
  • Overhead lighting
  • Flexible arm Red & White LED lights
  • Sliding windows port and starboard with curtains
  • (2) Fixed and (1) opening forward-facing windows with windshield wipers and Textalene and Sunbrella exterior covers
  • Weems & Plath Clock & Barometer
  • Electrical panels are to the left of the captain’s helm-seat
  • Storage in helm station

Helm Controls:

  • Morse controls
  • NAIAD Stabilizer control
  • Engine gauges, start/stop buttons and alarm panel
  • Horn button
  • Glendinning synchronizer control
  • Raymarine i50 Tridata
  • Furuno Chart Plotter/Radar Array (2005)
  • Simrad AP20 autopilot
  • Bow thruster control
  • Trim tab controls
  • Ritchie Powerdamp Plus compass
  • Raymarine FLIR Night Vision T-303
  • ACR RCL-100D Searchlights (2) with remote controls
  • Vesper Cortex wireless handset
  • Icom IC-M127 VHF


Galley

Knot Again Galley affords lots of light and counter space. The L-shaped counter allows for a fully functioning and workable galley.

Features Include:

  • Overhead lighting
  • Vent over range
  • Sliding window outboard with curtains
  • GE microwave oven
  • Storage drawers below counters
  • 110-Volt outlet
  • Single basin sink with single lever Scandvik galley faucet with pullout head with two pattern water control
  • General Ecology Seagull IV X-1B water filtration system, faucet and connection to U-Line ice maker
  • Force 10 3-burner propane stove/oven
  • Xintex Propane Control and Fume Detector
  • Grunert Refrigeration system
  • U-Line Ice Maker (INOR)
  • Paper towel rack
  • Built in 13-gallon waste basket


Fly-bridge Deck and Upper Helm

Ascend to the pinnacle of maritime luxury on the fly bridge deck of the 1999 Grand Banks 42 Europa. Commanding both elegance and functionality, this elevated space offers panoramic views and a sophisticated helm station. The fly bridge invites you to relax in style, with ample seating for guests and a comfortable helm chair for the captain. Immerse yourself in the open air as you navigate the seas or entertain friends against a backdrop of endless horizons. Thoughtfully designed, the fly bridge seamlessly integrates modern amenities with the timeless charm of the Grand Banks lineage, providing a perfect vantage point for cruising in ultimate comfort and luxury.

Flybridge Features:

  • Bimini cover over pilot station and all seating
  • Stainless steel rail wraps around upper deck with Sunbrella wind screen
  • Venturi spray shield forward of helm station
  • Suite of electronics (see Electronics)
  • Forward and aft bench seating with upholstered cushions
  • Chart surface area with sliding door storage locker below
  • Under-seat propane locker with two 10-gallon tanks

Moving Forward:

  • L-shaped settee with fitted upholstered cushions
  • Varnished teak cocktail table with stainless steel fixed base
  • Sliding door to companion way steps between the lower cockpit and bridge deck
  • Aft of the seating area is a working deck with built-in bunks for a dinghy
  • Hinged mast
  • Boom with electric winch

Upper Helm and Electronics:

  • Morse controls
  • NAIAD Stabilizer control
  • Engine gauges, stop buttons and alarm panel
  • Horn button
  • Glendinning synchronizer control
  • Raymarine i50 Tridata
  • Raymarine i60 Wind Display (inoperable)
  • Furuno Chart Plotter/Radar Array (2005)
  • Simrad AP20 autopilot
  • Bow and stern thruster controls
  • Trim tab controls
  • Ritchie Powerdamp Plus compass
  • Intellian satellite TV antenna
  • Raymarine FLIR Night Vision T-303
  • ACR RCL-100D Searchlights (2) with remote controls
  • Furuno GPS antenna
  • Vesper Cortex GPS antenna
  • Vesper Cortex wireless handset
  • Shakespeare Cellular antenna
  • Shakespeare combo AIS/VHF antenna
  • NEBO Tracker


Master Stateroom

The master stateroom on the Grand Banks 42 Europa offers a luxurious retreat with a V-Berth featuring custom Tempur-Pedic mattresses and linens. Convenience meets elegance with a head and shared shower to starboard, six drawers under the V-Berth, and a full-length double door wardrobe. Natural light and ventilation come through Lewmar hatch and portlights with screens and curtains. Additional features include reading lamps, a full-length mirror, a teak step stool with storage, and climate control via an HVAC system with a control head and vent. This space is a harmonious blend of comfort and thoughtful design for a truly restful experience at sea.

Features Include:

  • Head and shared shower to starboard
  • 6 Drawers under V-Berth
  • Full length double door wardrobe with 5 drawers on right
  • Full length mirror
  • Reading lamps
  • Teak step stool with storage
  • Lewmar hatch with screen
  • Portlights port and starboard with screens and curtains
  • Cabin fan
  • HVAC control head
  • HVAC vent


Guest Cabins

The guest cabin on the Grand Banks 42 Europa, situated to the port side, provides a welcoming space with a double berth adorned with reading lamps. Clever storage solutions include drawers under the berths and a hanging locker. Natural light and ventilation fill the cabin through the Lewmar hatch and two portlights, each equipped with screens and curtains. For added comfort, a cabin fan and HVAC vent ensure an enjoyable atmosphere. This thoughtfully designed guest cabin is a perfect retreat for visitors, combining practicality with a touch of luxury at sea.

Features Include:

  • Double Berth
  • Reading lamps
  • Drawers under berths
  • Lewmar hatch with screen
  • 2 portlights with screens and curtains
  • Cabin fan
  • HVAC vent


Heads

Descending the companionway from the helm deck and galley area on the starboard-

side is the guest head that serves as a quick-to-reach day head as well. The separate

shared shower with teak grating, Lewmar hatch, Grohe shower controls and LED light

make this compartment very comfortable.

Features Include:

  • Tankwatch 4 MSD Tank Level Monitor (in Day Head)
  • Teak & Holly soles
  • Portlights with screens and curtains
  • Indicator light holding tank monitor
  • Shared Shower with automatic drain pump
  • VacuFlush marine toilets with soft close lids
  • Towel racks and chrome garment hooks
  • LED lighting
  • Grohe fixtures
  • Storage cabinets
  • Mirrors
  • 110v outlets
  • Vacu flush pump night switch


Mechanical

The Grand Banks 42 Europa's mechanical prowess defines precision and reliability for an exceptional cruising experience. With Caterpillar 3208 engines delivering 375HP and the Northern Lights Generator ensuring 8KW of power, this vessel dominates the water with a mere 2,500 and 1,600 hours respectively. Naiad Stabilization guarantees a smooth voyage, while seamless coordination of Bow and Stern Thrusters provides precision in every direction. Advanced components like the Furuno Chart Plotter/Radar Array and Glendinning Engine Synchronizer exemplify the vessel's commitment to efficiency and luxury on the open seas.

Mechanical Features:

  • Glendinning engine synchronizer
  • Capilano hydraulic steering at dual helms
  • Morse mechanical cable controls
  • Fiberglass water lift type mufflers
  • Dual Racor 900MA primaries (30 micron) and Caterpillar secondary filters for each engine
  • Marine Air Systems HVAC (1)16,0000 & (2) 9,000 BTU Air handlers
  • Wesmar 24V DC bow thruster
  • Side-Power 24V stern thruster
  • Fireboy built-in automatic extinguishing system in engine room
  • Fresh water outlet in engine room
  • 110v outlet in engine room
  • LED lighting throughout engine room and lazarette
  • Fuel manifold system
  • Engine room sound insulation
  • Groco engine, generator, HVAC and refrigeration raw water in-take bronze strainers
  • Engine alarm system
  • Bennett trim tabs
  • Groco oil changing system for engines and generator
  • NAIAD Stabilizer System with dual helm controls
  • Tender transom mounted hydraulic lift system


Electrical System

12-Volt DC System Features:

  • DC Circuit breaker panel
  • (9)12-Volt batteries
  • 4 x 8D (2019)
  • 1 x Grp 27 (2019)
  • 2 x Grp31 (2019)
  • 2 x Grp31 (2021)
  • Battery selector switch
  • Magnum MS2812 Inverter/Charger with Battery Monitor
  • Mastervolt 12v 50amp battery charger for house battery bank, engine batteries (Backup for Inverter/charger)
  • Mastervolt 24v 40amp battery charger for bow and stern thruster 24v battery banks
  • Engine Alternators: Stbd. 12v 100 Amp; Port 12v 75 Amp, 24v 40 Amp
  • (2) Electric automatic bilge pumps
  • LED Navigation and anchor lights
  • LED lighting throughout

AC Circuit 120-volt features:

  • AC Circuit breaker panel
  • HVAC units with reverse cycle heat, digital controls (1 WiFi enabled
  • Whirlpool compact dryer
  • Seaward 20-gallon hot water heater off starboard engine heat exchanger
  • 50 Amp 50' Hubble Shore Power Cord (White)
  • 50 Amp Shore Power Inlets Bow & Stern
  • Zinc Saver II 50-amp galvanic isolator


Miscellaneous & Safety

Here is a list of safety and miscellaneous items included with the purchase of the 1999 Grand Banks 42 Europa - Knot Again.

  • Several fire extinguishers on board
  • Polyform A3 Fenders White x 4
  • Aere Ball Inflatable Fenders Black x 4
  • Polyform 10" Fenders Blue x 4
  • PFD's: Mustang Inflatable MD3183 x 2 (w/spare recharge kit)
  • Mustang Type 3 MV1254 x 6
  • Throw Ring Type 4 w/rope bag
  • Dock Lines: 8 Plait 5/8" Nylon, 50' x 8, 100' x 2
  • Dickinson BBQ w/rail mount
  • Icom IC-M25 Handheld VHF x 2
  • Weems & Plath Barometer & Clock
  • Original Grand Banks Tiller
  • Original Grand Banks Manual w/wiring schematics
  • Manuals for all other equipment


Disclaimer

The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Caterpillar
  • Engine Model: 3208
  • Engine Year: 1999
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 375.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 2348.00
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Caterpillar
  • Engine Model: 3208
  • Engine Year: 1999
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 375.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 2348.00

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